After Doreen has been possessed by the devil on her wedding night, her groom Hank, and her rebellious brother Travis, put aside their differences to travel across country from Chicago to ...
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After Doreen has been possessed by the devil on her wedding night, her groom Hank, and her rebellious brother Travis, put aside their differences to travel across country from Chicago to Las Vegas, in the hopes of finding a mythical street preacher who is said to be the last exorcist in America.Written by
This a fun film that does a great job of blending comedy and horror. 2 guys driving to Vegas in a van with a possessed bride, sounds fun to me!!! The great Sid Haig is awesome and is surprisingly very funny. (I just thought of him as a scary guy) The chemistry between the actors is really what sold it for me. Travis spit out some hilarious lines and poor Hank just gets beat up for the entire film- which is very funny. The movie is scary, crude and hilarious, but what most surprised me is the amount of heart the film has. The adventure is ridiculous but you end up caring about the main characters. I had a fun time with this film. I would recommend this to any horror comedy fan. If you like Shaun of the Dead, Evil Dead 2, Ghostbusters you will no doubt dig Devil in My Ride and want to buy Sid Haig's shark painting. (When you watch the film you will know what I'm talking about.)
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